Market forces dictate the world economy, and they've got it all pretty well sewn up.
Here's the trick.
You manufacture in the cheapest country with the lowest labour costs.
You sell on the best and most expensive markets.
You pay tax in the country that offers you the best deal, or in tax havens if you can swing it.
Obscene profits guaranteed.
No wonder they call it Free Trade!
So maybe, instead of stating where the article was produced, Made in China, for example, multinationals should be forced to add yet another label.
Tax Paid in Luxemburg, for instance. Tax paid in Ireland. Tax Paid in the Virgin Isles.
Then let the customer, who is always right, decide what to do next.